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RbfA and IF3 couple ribosome biogenesis and translation initiation to increase stress tolerance.

著者 Sharma IM , Woodson SA
Nucleic Acids Res.2019 Nov 15 ; ():.
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Bacterial ribosome biogenesis and translation occur in the same cellular compartment. Therefore, a biochemical gate-keeping step is required to prevent error-prone immature ribosomes from engaging in protein synthesis. Here, we provide evidence for a previously unknown quality control mechanism in which the abundant ribosome assembly factor, RbfA, suppresses protein synthesis by immature Escherichia coli 30S subunits. After 30S maturation, RbfA is displaced by initiation factor 3 (IF3), which promotes translation initiation. Genetic interactions between RbfA and IF3 show that RbfA release by IF3 is important during logarithmic growth as well as during stress encountered during stationary phase, low nutrition, low temperature, and antibiotics. By gating the transition from 30S biogenesis to translation initiation, RbfA and IF3 maintain the fidelity of bacterial protein synthesis.
PMID: 31728529 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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